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Denver has started work on becoming the first city in the U.S. to allow marijuana clubs and public pot use in places such as coffee shops, yoga studios and art galleries. Voters narrowly approved the “social use” measure last November. But … more
The Englewood City Council has set dates for the first reading, public hearing and second and final reading of a proposed ordinance to change the distance limitation in its sexual offender residency restriction, which currently bars registered sex … more
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As the useful life of Englewood's three underground fuel tanks nears, the city unveiled plans to replace them with above-ground tanks at the ServiCenter. Pat White, fleet manager, explained the details of the proposal during the Jan. 17 city … more
Parents, children, residents and faculty occupied most of the available seats in the Bishop Elementary School auditorium during the Jan. 18 town hall meeting discussion about the future of the school. Englewood voters in November approved the … more
The Jan. 17 Englewood City Council meeting ended abruptly when three members left the meeting because they refused to vote on a proposal that could have resulted in the immediate election of a new … more
Englewood resident Maggie Kane piled up frequent flier miles late last year as she traveled from Colorado to southern Chile to take part in Operation Icebridge, where she served as a member of the crew flying over Antarctica as part of the NASA … more
The day included a few tears, a lot of smiles and an abundance of hugs as 19 young men and women became high school graduates at the Colorado’s Finest High School of Choice commencement ceremony Jan. 14 at the school in Englewood. In keeping … more
Voter approval of a bond issue makes it possible for Englewood Schools to begin planning to build new facilities, and the first step is scheduled Jan. 19 as groups begin helping develop the designs for Clayton Elementary and Charles Hay World … more
Colorado's health care exchange isn't going anywhere soon. That's the word from Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper, who told the state's 100 lawmakers in his annual state of the state address Jan. 12 that he will resist any attempt to roll back … more
Reforming Colorado's construction defects laws in order to incentivize the building of condominiums and townhomes has emerged as a priority for both Republicans and Democrats early in the legislative session. State Senate President Kevin … more
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